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Wednesday, August 5, 2015


This week we haven't done anything overly exciting, but I did receive some big boxes in a delivery from my Lorraine Lea linen party which bub promptly decided to climb on with the ipad. It was out of my eye sight and I went looking for her because she was quiet only to find her perched up on top of the box mighty pleased with herself. Kids + big boxes = heaps of fun for her and lots of stress for me! You can't tell the height from the photo but trust me it was quite high {enough to freak me out and have me repeating get off the box five million times}.


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  1. This sounds interesting. I need to grab my old boxes and check my photo albums. It's going to be fun!

  2. Boxes are very attractive to little people. I have a couple that would have climbed up on there as well. They also would claim it once the goods were removed for a fort or cubby or to make something with. I forever am trying to dispose of boxes with the little people realising ;)